Vegan Granola


VEGAN GRANOLA BAR RECIPE 2 WAYS | OIL FREE & GLUTEN FREE ( trail mix & peanut butter and jelly)

Video taken from the channel: Maddie Lymburner


Homemade VEGAN Chewy Granola Bars (3 Ways!)

Video taken from the channel: Caitlin Shoemaker


Raw Vegan Granola Recipe! Perfect Protein Snack or Breakfast!

Video taken from the channel: FullyRawKristina


Life Changing Vegan Granola | w/ PEANUT BUTTER & BANANA

Video taken from the channel: Simply Quinoa



Video taken from the channel: Simnett Nutrition


the best vegan granola recipe OF ALL TIME ��

Video taken from the channel: Jaclyn Forbes



Video taken from the channel: Caitlin Shoemaker

Just 9 ingredients, perfectly crunchy, and infused with tons of pumpkin flavor and fall spices. Simple sweet potato granola with oats, nuts, pepitas, and cranberries. Crunchy, sweet, and satisfying. Perfect over oatmeal, yogurt, or smoothies or.

In a large bowl, combine oats, wheat germ, almonds, cinnamon and nutmeg. In a separate bowl, mix apple juice, molasses and extract. Pour the wet.

VEGAN GRANOLA This vegan granola has been toasted in the oven which unlocks so much flavour and gives it a deep nutty taste. Toasting your ingredients makes them take on a whole new flavour. Vegan Granola is best made ahead of time and stored in an airtight jar ready to be served at breakfast time. Granola is a breakfast cereal or snack food consisting of rolled oats, usually sweeteners, and sometimes fruit and nuts.

It’s usually baked until crispy. Vegan Granola recipes utilize sugar syrups such as maple or agave instead of honey. Like regular granola, granola bars can be vegan. They consist of granola with an extra helping of sweet and sticky binders to help the bars keep their shape.

The binder used could (and often is) honey which would render the granola bar non-vegan. Chocolate can be used which can also be problematic. Shop Target for Granola Bars Vegan Foods you will love at great low prices. Free shipping on orders of $35+ or same-day pick-up in store.

Easy homemade chunky healthy granola made with a delicious mix of oats, coconut oil, flaxseed meal, sesame seeds, pecans, cashews, sliced almonds, vanilla, cinnamon, dates and golden raisins. This vegan and gluten free granola. Combine 1/4 cup banana puree, peanut butter, vanilla extract, and salt in a saucepan over medium heat; cook and stir until warmed through, 3 to 5. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (162 C) and line one baking sheet (or more as needed) with parchment paper. To a large mixing bowl, add the oats, nuts, coconut, chia seeds, coconut sugar, salt, and cinnamon.

This vegan oil-free granola is delicious! It’s healthy, easy, and full of crunchy granola clusters. This is a basic granola recipe that you can add all your favorite mix-ins to!

I will only eat breakfast on weekdays if it’s been prepped in advance.

List of related literature:

Crunchy Granola is made of rolled oats, wheat germ, sea salt, sesame seeds, coconut, brown sugar, and soy oil.

“History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

The ingredients (which are all organic) include ground flaxseed, figs, agave nectar, a number of dried fruits, soy flour, toasted soy nuts, and either almonds or walnuts, plus a little cinnamon and other organic spices.

“Mother Daughter Wisdom” by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
from Mother Daughter Wisdom
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Hay House, 2006

For plenty of flavor and texture, we started by adding sunflower seeds, pepitas, pecans, and coconut flakes to the usual oat base.

“The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook: Revolutionary Techniques. Groundbreaking Recipes.” by America's Test Kitchen
from The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook: Revolutionary Techniques. Groundbreaking Recipes.
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

Most people’s variations on granola have to do with adding cashews, sunflower seeds, dried apricots, and the like.

“Good to the Grain: Baking with Whole-Grain Flours” by Kimberly Boyce, Amy Scattergood, Quentin Bacon, Nancy Silverton
from Good to the Grain: Baking with Whole-Grain Flours
by Kimberly Boyce, Amy Scattergood, et. al.
ABRAMS, 2011

Granola is a mixture of rolled oats, honey, vegetable oil, chopped nuts, shredded coconut, sunflower seeds, raisins, chopped dates, cinnamon, vanilla, and/or other ingredients.

“Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set” by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
Taylor & Francis, 1993

Granola really does not need oats to be delicious and satisfying; this grain-free version is nutrient-rich and provides longlasting energy.

“Eat Rich, Live Long: Mastering the Low-Carb & Keto Spectrum for Weight Loss and Longevity” by Ivor Cummins, Jeffry Gerber
from Eat Rich, Live Long: Mastering the Low-Carb & Keto Spectrum for Weight Loss and Longevity
by Ivor Cummins, Jeffry Gerber
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

Most granola is coated with oil and sugar and then baked, but muesli has no added fat or sugar.

“Becoming Raw: The Essential Guide to Raw Vegan Diets” by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
from Becoming Raw: The Essential Guide to Raw Vegan Diets
by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
Book Publishing Company, 2011

Place a half to a whole sliced avocado, one teaspoon cinnamon, one to two scoops organic whey or vegan protein powder, four to six ounces full-fat coconut milk, one to two teaspoons almond butter, one to two teaspoons carob or cocoa powder, and a dash of pure vanilla extract or vanilla powder in a blender and blend.

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
from Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

Cracked Oats & Soy Tempeh: Prepare as for Millet & Soy Tempeh except: substitute coarsely cracked oats (oat groats, available at most natural-food stores) for the millet.

“The Book of Tempeh” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
from The Book of Tempeh
by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
Harper & Row, Publishers, 1979

5 Nutty cereal: 1 1/2 cups gluten-free cereal with 1 cup unsweetened soy milk or other unsweetened milk alternative, 1/4 cup nuts or 2 tablespoons nut butter (peanut, almond, etc.), 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed.

“Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices” by Diana Noland, Jeanne A. Drisko, Leigh Wagner
from Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices
by Diana Noland, Jeanne A. Drisko, Leigh Wagner
Springer International Publishing, 2020

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  • have you ever made granola without maple syrup? i’m cutting out all added sugar for the month and struggling to find sugar-free granola recipes that don’t have eggs!

  • I’ve made this granola a few times and its a go to, super easy and makes a ton so I can use numerous times. Great on coconut yogurt:)

  • I’m a small youtuber who makes aesthetic insta stories and I just want to say how much of an inspiration you are to me! Thanks jaclyn!

  • Made this and it was the best granola I’ve ever made! Everytime I attempt granola is gets too burned �� I like big chunks of granola and so I didn’t break it up too much, but next time I make it I’ll break it up more. I’ve found that leaving too many “bark” like chunks resulted in granola that wasnt as crispy

  • Dude thank you so much for this recipe it’s BOMB! All other oil free granola recipes I found have a bunch of maple syrup so I love how you blended up the dates with the wet!! Ahh it’s so yummy. I switched out sunflower seeds for pecans ������������

  • Hi Maddie!! Great recipe. What would be the shelf life of these bars if stored at room temperature? Also would baking this mixture would be good idea if I wanted to increase their shelf life? I wanted to make a batch & keep at my workplace where refrigeration is not an option. Thanks & loads of vegan love:*

  • I made this a few days ago & its sooo yummy! I love the addition of chocolate chips at the end! Thanks Caitlin! I’m going to try the chocolate hazelnut granola next! ��

  • Caitlin, this recipe is just amazing! I’ve made it for the 4th time today and it turns out delicious every time.
    Besides the ingredients in your recipe, I added kasha (roasted buckwheat), hemp seeds, pumpkin pie spice and used cashew butter this time. Of course, chocolate chips to finalize:) Needless to say, it’s heaven in my mouth. Thanks so much for your great recipes! ❤

  • Caitlin, this recipe is awesome!
    I made it 2 weeks ago with peanut butter, loved it, made again last week with cashew butter and chocolate chips. OMG, I almost ate the whole batch at once. So good, so versatile, so easy. I LOVE it, thank you so much!

  • I don’t have a childhood fav as I grew up in a time when Granola Bars hadn’t been invented yet:-)..but I love your recipes and will definitely give these a try.

  • so good! I subbed sf seeds for the coconut. So nice especially when it starts to break down into the milk. I used oatly barista so really creamy and with strawberries �������� thanks! xo

  • I just wanted to shout out and let you know that all of your recipes always look SO awesome (and pretty simple!).  I eat almost completely plant-based and have an allergy to whey protein, so your channel makes it so easy to find safe recipes.  DEFINITELY want to try this granola soon!

  • I just recently made my first batch of oil free granola and I was shook that I ever put oil in it before lol. I have my version of the recipe coming up on my channel tonight! Thanks for posting this, it looks so good and honestly a great idea with the dates, I used agave syrup in mine, so yours is even healthier:D

  • This granola is delicious and amazing! I’ve already made it a few times. Thanks for these recipe videos, they’ve really helped me learn to be more competent in the kitchen and keep my tummy happy!

  • I love your video! Personally, for me it’s so useful to have it all demonstrated start to finish rather than a recipe on paper. Have you (or anyone watching) ever tried Kefir made with oat milk on your granola? It can taste a little sour and I love it combined with the slightly sweet and a subtley salty granola!

  • So I’ve been trying out MANY different granola recipies for a while now and either they don’t come out clustery or crunchy and they have tons of sugar and oil but I just made this recipe and WOW it’s actually perfect!! So easy and crunchy and delicious I love it!

  • I just made this. It was easy to make and tastes delicious. I sprinkled vegan chocolate chips on top and let them melt in/over top as you suggested. Perfect! Thanks Caitlin!! ��

  • This recipe is outstanding, I made these for my husband to take to work, we keep ours in the freezer and pull out when ready to eat. I did not do the pb&j one just the original, so tasty, satisfying and easy to make. Keep those recipes coming. Trying your donuts tomorrow.

  • I love these baking videos! For people who are going to make this though, coconut flour and almond flour are not interchangeable so please don’t sub:)

  • Ok—made this granola this a.m.——-it came out sooooo good! You were on point about everything! I have tried many other granola recipes in the past, and they never really worked out, so I gave up. You have renewed my hope in homemade granola ����

  • This looks good!! I saw your oats video, and I want to start eating more oats, but I don’t always want to eat oatmeal. Great alternative.

  • I’m torn. I love you, your videos and all of the food you make looks absolutely beautiful, but there’s soooo many carbs and sugar in everything.
    For me that like taking a trip through Diabetes City.

  • This looks amazing! So excited to try it. I have tried and LOVED pickuplime’s granola recipe but I would like for it to be a little bit more crunchy. My silicone mat just came in the mail so I’m ready to try! Perfect thing to do on a Sunday to have ready for me and my husband’s work week.

  • I would really love to try this but I don’t have oven or microwave oven here. Can a frying pan do the work? and I’m thinking of a low to medium heat.

  • Wonderful video recording! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to catch this type of content. We create Travel & Food videos too, throughout the world, and we are constantly interested in inspirations and so vision. Thank You.

  • Using maple syrup instead of refined sugar for me personally is the same as using unrefined oils for cooking(with the argument, that there are still some minerals left in those unrefined sugars) ; unrefined oils like rapeseed oil or extra vergin olive oil are plant based fats that actually have some good fatty acids and often vitamin e in them, so i’m not afraid to use them in small amounts in my dressings for salads or to cook veggie soups/stews with them(where i would normally not be able to put some nutbutter oder tahini on top) in order to enhance the absorption of fat soluble vitamens like A, E and K, which would be more important to me; i believe the key is variety and mixing things up

  • Thank Kristina!!!! <3 I've been wanting to try a different granola recipe and you posted at a perfect time. Much love to you and KoKo <3

  • This granola is amazing!! I made it today and all of my family loved it. It has the perfect amount of sweetness:) It’s way better (and healthier) than the store bought ones. I’ll make it more times for sure! Thank you!!

  • Combined with soy milk its a staple food for the now stateless Chopestani people.
    Some say that after their migration period they will reunite in Portland Oregon to declare the new state of Soymalia.
    So i guess Granola and Soy products will soon be in high demand there.
    You should open a business.

  • Turned out good and I recommend adding chia seeds they have great fatty acids and soak up the moisture so the granola is more crisp and crunchy

  • I used quick oats which may have made my mix a little dry but I’d recommend adding more wet ingredients. Love how easy this is, I’ll definitely try it again soon ☺️

  • I think I might make these but only to sprinkle onto things like oats, etc. Too many calories for me to eat like a bowl of cereal. lolll Would love to see some low calorie or weight loss type breakfast recipes.

  • So I just made this annnnndddd wooooww. My house smells amazing and my family is eating it up so I’m gonna have to fight. I’m gonna add more liquid because my batter wasn’t wet enough

  • I’m excited to try this. Your granola recipe got me started making my own granola, and I haven’t purchased any pre-made granola since.

  • umm you dont need to wear skimpy underwear like clothing to make a video on granola bars lol. “beautiful things do not ask for attention”

  • Thanks for the recipe! Can’t wait to try it:) I’m always looking for snacks for before exercising, because I can’t go on an empty stomach. When I was a kid, I loved the ones with banana and chocolate <3

  • Why would you add agave syrup when there’s already 1/2 cup of maple syrup? Anyways, I wanna try it �� do you think oat or wheat bran could be used in place of the coconut flour? Coconut makes me sick ��

  • I’ve been enjoying all your suggestions since it was summer, do you have any “comfort” foods or something for the fall, winter seasons?

  • I love the look of this granola and will definitely be making it. My one problem is finding a dairy free milk that I like. You name it I have tried it; oat, rice, almond, cashew, I just don’t like them. Any ones I haven’t tried?

  • I gotta say this! I’ve been watching you since way back when you were still going to school. You’ve matured so much as a person and it’s awesome watching you grow and change as a person! Keep doing what you’re doing. Also! I really like this style of filming, where we see you and also what you are doing. It’s like your own cooking show ����

  • I can’t wait to try this granola! And love that you mention the importance of grinding the flax. Just a tip I always keep my flax seeds in the fridge to help it last longer.

  • Can I use banana, chocolate chips, honey and oats including sea salt and vanilla extract then put it in the freezer without baking it in the oven? ��

  • I started out as a junk food vegetarian who avoided meat at the dining hall. But my post grad life has such delicious interesting and healthy food thanks to you. You’ve taught me to cook diversely with a few staples and the occasional exotic ingredient. So thank you!!

  • I thought oats weren’t a raw food as there is a heating process that all oat kernels undergo to make them digestible. Therefore making them technically cooked. ��

  • Seems very practical and delicious. I love to put some coconut oil and peanut butter, but I avoid using sugar, I prefer to put some dried fruit.

  • Oh gosh thank you for this awsome recipe!!
    I ran out of pumpkin seeds so i switched it to cocoa nibs and adde small slices of apple, it turned out SO GOOD! the apple goes really good with the cinamon:)
    EDIT: If you like your granolla crispy DISCARD THE APPLE XD

  • I love the creativity of making the date “syrup” brilliant! I used a stick blender, used warmed water and let the dates sit a few and it blended beautifully. Thank you for the easy to follow video and an excellent recipe

  • Love the granola! When are you going to make some home-made sugar-free, salt-free healthy crackers? Please do! Would love your take on healthy crackers.

  • my fav was the s’mores flavor!! soooo good im definitely gonna try this out! you should try recreating cosmic brownies next, omg those were my lifeeeee when I was little! thanks for the recipe:)

  • I’m patiently waiting for the meat and dairy industry to disappear. Much love to all of my fellow vegan youtubers. Happy Saturday everyone ������

  • I wish I could make the Super Easy Oven Granola one day! Right now I am following my naturopathic doctor recommended diet because of my allergies and intestinal yeast infection, therefore I can’t indulge and try your recipes, but I like watching your tube channel as they are vegan. I hope when I am over with my issues, I can give try your some of awesome and delicious recipes.

  • It’s a great recipe but I would add a bit less maple syrup or skip the step because It turned out a bit too sweet for my taste. But it’s good! Thanks Maddie

  • i followed the instructions on how to make it, but my granola didn’t cluster:/ not sure if it’s because i used quick oats (the store didn’t have regular ones when i went) or what the reason was.

  • Yo, these are incredible! Made them twice now in big batches and so so so good to have these readily available in my pantry <3 With some vegan vanilla yogurt and blueberries, delicious!

  • Omg I’ve try to make granola twice but it never turns out right �� THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS RECIPE! You’re a life savor! Maybe now I can restore my boyfriend’s faith in my ability to bake��

  • I just tried it. Absolutely fantastic! I love it has no oil, this is exactly what I’ve been looking for. I’ve been vegan/plant-based for 8 months now and I haven’t felt happier with my food. Thank you for all the shared knowledge, recipes, motivation and everything you do! You’re one of my favorite YouTubers <3 Crystal and you are fantastic! I would love to see her more <3 Thank you, beautiful people!

  • Cant wait to try this out, it sounds delicious! I have a question about putting seeds in the oven i heard that it destroys some of the healthy fats and other nutrition. Do you know how much nutrition is lost when heating this way? you always seem to be so thorough in everything you do, so i thought maybe you have looked into this already:) keep up the good work, im not a vegan but im eating more and more plants based so a big thanks for your inspiration and guaidance!

  • Onteresting idea, I like it. Do you have any suggestions how I could replace banana here (I really don’t like taste of baked banana). Thanks ����

  • Caitlin, I just wanted to reach out and say thank you! I went from Vegetarian to Vegan last Jan and am loving it! Your recipes are by far the BEST I have found. Thanks to you, I think my nutrition has taken an even bigger leap forward. My husband and I have loved all the recipes of yours we have tried. Thank you thank you thank you!!

  • Just made this….one with seeds and one with nuts. Myself and husband have gone plant based and I have enjoyed your recipes…my fav is your tofu mango sushi. My husband enjoys your workouts!

  • I just made this & it is in the dehydrator now. After a few revisions, ommissions and substitutions, it is wonder-full! Thanks for the idea!

  • I love your recipes, however not this blogging style. If you’re going to do it this way, you are going to need help with different angles etc.. this way of recording makes it hard to see what you’re doing. I liked your old way of vlogging.

  • Rachel,I use extra virgen coconut oil,cold pressed,for the 94% of saturated fatty acids,64% are medium chain fatty acids. I been use it for 4 years and my cholesterol level is 2.5 (good) and triglycerides 115 (good). I’m 49. I don’t like peanut oil,but thanks �� for your concern. Good day.

  • Just an FYI. I made this recipe, but I was out of dates, instead I used about 150 g of fresh blueberries blended, no need to add water there is plenty of water in the blueberries. It was so good. Cooking time was the full first 20 min then at about 12 minutes after the flip. You could probably use frozen blueberries too if you defrosted them.

  • Oh, my goodness, I’m going to try this tonight. We LOVE granola in our house. Also, someone may have already said, but you could possibly save some time pulsing the seeds in the dry blender as your first step and then pouring them into the bowl before blending up the liquid ingredients. Thank you so much for your content.

  • Since you asked for new video ideas:

    Healthy-ish Coffee Cake (GF)
    Little Debbies Strawberry Shortcake (GF)
    Apple Cider Donuts (GF)
    Sour Cream Donuts (GF)

  • There is no such thing as “raw” cashews, they are always cooked to destroy the natural toxins, very closely related to the poison ivy family

  • can i also use agave syroop or any other type of plantbased syroop to make the bars because they dont sell mepel syroop in the Netherlands or only online and prices start from 9eu(12$):(

  • Omg that’s not vegan so many insects died when the peanuts and other ingredients where harvested �� to be true vegan only 100 percent organic vegan gluten free non fat non dairy no flavor grass period…lol

  • I understand that every one has different preferences when it comes to their diet, but it’s absolutely not true that oil doesn’t have any nutrients. For example flax seed oil has a ton of omega 3 and I try to have a table spoon daily. So different oild definitely have different benefits.

  • The meat and dairy industries pay YouTube trolls to diss anything vegan. They stand to lose a lot of money if people start eating healthy plants instead of blood burgers. Just keep that in mind.

  • I know it’s being more than a year since you have posted this video yet i really wanna try your recipe
    I could only find salty puffedd rice, would it be okay to use? Are the one you used are salty?

  • This is fire!!! I subbed the coconut flour w wheat flour, maple syrup for organic honey, crans for regular raisins and added almonds. It’s sooo good (i would just say watch out for the salt tho a tbsp was wayyy salty for me so i ended up having to add more of every ingredient and make a bigger batch)

  • Ooh I’m going to try these! Most vegan chewy granola bar recipes tend to have dates which aren’t the most budget friendly sometimes.

  • So much of her hair must be getting into the food… she keeps combing it out with her fingers…ewww. Like the recipe though ����

  • I have a very strict diet for my health and this recipe fits my needs and I am so excited ti make this now! It looks so delicious love you!

  • Dear Vegans:
    Someone I know saved a pig that was going to be slaughtered. She loves that pig as it became her emotional support animal. Now the city of Layton,UT was to take him away. Pleaae help to save his life.

  • I learned about u from Dino Dan and I didn’t know u had a channel till like 2weeks ago and I was shocked. How hav u been doin with COVID and everything������

  • Came back to say that we made these and my husband and I LOVE them. So, so good and really satisfy our sweet tooth without the guilt. ��

  • Another option: you can mix rolled oats with mashed up banana, plus any nuts or seeds (optional), cinnamon or cacao, and optionally some raisins or chopped dates or other dried fruit. And dehydrate or bake at 150 for a few hours until crunchy.

  • Why did I only find you this month, like where have you been all my life? I love trying new vegan recipes this shall be one to try.

  • When you combine ingredients how you choose them? Do you make calculations? This is very important to me. I want to follow raw diet, but I want to be sure that it will be a healthy one. I hope you agree that just eating bunch of raw foods is not enough to be healthy except variety the right combinations are important. I need more information about the nutrition value of the food in your recipes. It will be a lot of help if you can give more information about that.

  • Hope you guys enjoyed this video! Give this video a THUMBS UP and let me know your thoughts down below ����If you make these bars, don’t forget to take a picture of them and tag me on instagram! �� Thank you all so much for you love and support ❤️

  • One question do you calculate how much omega 6 and omega 3 are there in this meal? Is the ratio omega 3 to omega 6 healthy in this granola? Do you make calculations about the protein and other nutrition in your recipes? This is something that I am very much interested in because when there is much more omega 6 than omega 3 in the food that prevents actually the body to convert omega 3 into DHA and EPA which are very important for the brain. Please advise.

  • Kristina, how about trying a variation of this recipe ( mini no bake pumpkin pies) for T’giving? I bet you could do it up right.

  • I just put my first batch of this in the oven, and if licking the PB-banana pot is any indication…. we are going to love this granola! ��

  • This recipe is great, a perfect afternoon snack, thanks for posting it! I was looking for a recipe with medjool dates to use instead of sugar. I made only one kind, peanut butter and chocolate chips, and added cashews and chia seeds. So. Darn. Good! ��

  • I so wish i could be vegan again but i get into severe meteorism crisis that last for days with the smallest amount of legumes. I was followed by a vegan nutritionist and a gastroenterologist but my case of IBS and diverticulosis is too severe to do it. I also suffer from severe osteoporosis after years of anorexia in the past. I had to give veganism up for my health, and it happens like my vegan dietician said. It is not for everyone. But i love to have vegan recipes most of the time that don’t have legumes in it, or spices ( my esophagus is also screwed and i can’t have any spicy food, not even pepper) I loved being a vegan but it made my health worst. Still, i think it’s a great way to eat if your body can take it. I keep found memories of it. I’ll try your granola with pleasure:) ps: you’re eye candy:D

  • you eat too much without water and there is less water. with less water you live less. we need more water eating thing with at least 70% water.
    with less water we feel more pain.

    you need to think about how you live and change it because that is not healthy.
    rest with water for 1 day and you see the difference. and when you can rest with water for 3 day 5 day and more. and with that you can change your interior

  • I just made your recipe but unfortunately I think I put the rack too low cause they burnt but that’s my fault. I’m also wondering if it’s because I used raw honey instead of maple?Other than that my house smells amaze balls and I’ll definitely be making them again. Probably in the next couple of days since I burnt them lol.

  • @Simnett Nutrition thanks for a very easy recipe �� but would you or anyone else knows why it came out hard chewy like texture and not crunchy? Thanks ��

  • hey Kristina, i was wondering if you can make a video on orthorexia? i’m very curious about your opinion on it. love your talk videos & the creativity you express in your recipe ideas ��

  • Dear Kristina, this is a great recipe, but not fully raw. Rolled oats are made from dehusked oat groats, that are steamed to soften them, then rolled to flatten the grain. If you want raw oats you might use steel-cut oats, that have been soaked overnight. Love your recipe ideas!

  • Just dropping by to tell you I like your hair and testimony. Bravo! l…For this cause ought the woman to have power on herhead because of the angels….But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her:

  • I’ve only just started watching your youtube recipes but I’m a bit confused as if you put them in that machine or oven, then is it no longer raw? Are you able to explain that to me. Still learning!

  • My mum used to make a really tasty granola. She roasted oats, stirring a few times, in the oven with honey (I’m sure maple syrup would work too) until golden brown. Then mixed in sliced almonds, shredded coconut, raisins (a couple of different types), pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts, chopped dates, dried cranberries, peanuts, diced ginger, diced dehydrated fruits (same as you find in fruitcake), cashews, bran flakes (think she roasted the bran flakes with the oats). Oh man….you wanna talk about goooood!

  • Oats aren’t raw. I don’t care, because I’m not raw, but since being raw matters a lot to you, I thought you might want to know. Oats sold in the USA are never sold raw. They are steamed in their processing.

    They are healthy, and most people watching probably aren’t “fully raw,” but if you are trying to be 100% raw, you can’t buy raw oats in the United States. You’d have to get them directly from a farmer.

  • Great video. I’ve started a YouTube channel documenting my vegan journey and sharing vegan recipes that I’m discovering and trying out. Thanks for sharing ����

  • Interesting. I got ingredients for granola today, havent made any in a year.. and now see this! Must be granola day!!:D… (PS You look like a teenager!) xo (and just btw, like the return of the basic kitchen time receipes!)

  • My sweet 2yo is allergic to oats (even gf ones). Do you have any suggestions on making it with out oats? Like adding more of something else, or leaving the recipe the same and just keeping out the oats? This looks AHHHMAZING and look forward testing it out! I would love any suggestions you may have. ��

  • Ignore question about coconut oil, was not meant for you. But i do want to ask you what was the smoothy part made of, you did not tell us. Please give that recipe, looked good, what was that deep red color smoothy made of under your granola??

  • Thanks for sharing those amazing recipes here and I am gonna make some tomorrow. Just wanna know if rolled oats can be replaced and how long in the oven? Is it workable without vanilla extract?

  • I love how personable you are in your videos, I have some bad anxiety and I actually watch your videos to calm down sometimes.������

  • Your recipes are so simple and delicious yet healthy. I’m so going to try this. Would any other nut butter be fine other than peanut butter?

  • Why would you microwave? You just took all the nutrients out of the nut butter and coconut sugar and radiated it.. not healthy.. when microwaves first came out. The food that came out of them made ppl sick. They destroy food..

  • I really want to recreate these! I LOVED the Quaker Chewy granola bars when I was a kid (and my favorite was also the s’mores flavor ��). What brand of puffed rice cereal did you use? I’ve read that Rice Krispies aren’t vegan ��

  • Omg Cai Cai so nostalgic I love granola bars! The fact that you made three different flavors are so awesome! I would’ve added either raisins or dried cranberries to the peanut butter ones

  • Any one have an idea for what I could use as orange is I was to make Jaffa cake ones? I don’t like jam and can’t seem to find dried orange bits in any shops (if that’s even a thing��)

  • These look superb! Like I NEED to try all three flavors but I think combining the peanut butter and chocolate chip granola bar would be perfect for me because I love PB and chocolate!

  • I recently started making my own granola bars at home (so much better than store-bought) so I am really excited to try your recipes now!

  • Great video love its so interesting and inspiring I recently channel to track my success in cooking check it out @ Daley lifestyle

  • If I left out the puffed rice would it still work? I’m trying to make them without plastic waste and puffed rice I cant find in bulk

  • Look yummy. Will definitely make them.
    I could see when you were cutting them they broke up a little. I wonder would cutting them before going into the oven work better? Just a thought.

  • Girl, are you psychic? I was JUST thinking “hmm.. I wish I had a recipe for chewy bars” and look at this. Lol I plan on making a chocolate chip one with pretzel bits.

  • Damn I need one of those s’mores bars! �� I never even thought of cutting up the small marshmallows to get the mini ones! Good idea for hot cocoa too… ��

  • can you pls put the measurements in your videos? i love your recipes but i don’t see the point of watching them if you aren’t gonna put measurements

  • Nice recipe. Wish that I had found it a bit earlier. Not even an hour ago, I made a batch of granola with butter and brown sugar. I know, I know not the healthiest but I am making small changes in my diet. The next time that I make a batch, I will try your recipe.

  • I’m always looking for a granola recipe without oil and refined sugar. It’s hard to find. Until I saw this I’ve been making the one from the Minimalist Baker.

  • Next time I’m going to follow the recipe I looked at this recipe and another one (Domestic Geek) that had less date ratio versus oats. Since I was doing all this work, I wanted to get a higher yield. I made something like: 4 cups oats/rice crispy, 3 cups dates, 1.5 cups peanut butter. I knew it wasn’t as gooey as these two keep saying it is, but I was able to press it into my pan and it felt decent. Out the freezer and nope, crumbly. still edible of course, might try using what I have with some other additives to see if I can get actual bars.

  • Wow! Need to make this. Maybe putting in some proteinpowder for vanilla flavour since i do not have vanilla powder. Derek please teach us how to make flapjacks without sugar. I Love them but they are so full of sugar. ��

  • I’m in love with this recipe! I’ve tried your other no-bake granola bars and while they are wonderful they definitely are sticky and prone to falling apart. This ones look more put together! And the rice cereal is interesting.

  • I’ve been wanting to look for a recipe the past couple weeks for these to make my son for school instead of buying the really bad stuff,but hadn’t got to it yet. This video popped up and I’m so grateful. Saved and will be making soon.

  • Are vegan chocolate chips and the marshmallows even healthy for the digestive system? I’m trying to reset my health. And want to stay away from processed chemicals, additives, fillers as much as possible! My nervous system gets all wacko when I eat processed stuff:(

  • Can I just say, I love it so much that you did all this in almost real time. This is so encouraging when you don’t know how long something new will take

  • Geez.. are every one of your videos trolled by “carnivore” diet fuckheads in the comments section? Seriously troubled, pathetic people.

  • Great vegan granola bars recipe because standard granola isn’t vegan due to the �� honey. I have found that honey free granola isn’t cheap unless you make it yourself which I haven’t done yet but I will get round to it eventually.

  • I just remembered I haven’t had granola bars in forever! I was diagnosed with nut allergies at age 13 and most store bought granola bars have nuts in them. Back then I was way too much of a lazy shit to make my own, but now I can’t wait lol

  • I soooo appreciate your channel. There’s so much for me to try. I just purchased your cookbook also… can wait to try some this weekend

  • Curious. Since tahini is made by adding an oil to the toasted sesame seeds via a food processor, isn’t that just adding oil to the recipe via third party? I only mention this because most seed/nut butters have added oil as there is rarely enough oil in the seed/nut to produce butter consistency. As I eliminate items from my carnivore world, I find issues of this nature confounding. Even said, I am still doing this exact granola later today. Simple, dirties only one dish and the sheet pan…and gets rid of all those partial bags of nuts and seeds and dried fruit.

  • I am going to try one of these today, they look great! My only advice would be to stop flipping your hair over the food! lol Anyway, you guys look very healthy and I am an older lady trying to stay healthy, too.

  • Made this recipe last night. It’s smelled sooo go while it was cooking in the oven! I used homemade almond butter instead of peanut butter. Having it for breakfast with some blackberries. ��

  • I’ve tried this recipe a couple of times subbing out the dates for a different fruit (e.g., bananas, apples) and adding some additional sweetener-tastes great!

  • Gonna make this tomorrow! I’ve been meaning to make granola one of these days and tomorrow’s got to be the day! And guess what, I finally found a use for the quinoa that’s been lying in my cupboard for ages thanks to this. I have tried quinoa in countless different ways and it just doesn’t make the cut for me, but I’m sure I won’t even notice it in my granola! Thank you! I’ll be sure to share a pic of it when I make it with you on Instagram <3

  • I have been trying to find a good granola recipe to replace my boxed granola but I haven’t had one without lots of sugar but still ends up crunchy. I want to make this exactly right but the measurements on your website are different amounts from the video. Help!! ��

  • Made this twice now, very tasty, today I added hemp hearts, seaweed flakes and some chopped pecans, and used dried cranberries. Can’t wait to try some.


  • Looks delicious! I know the granolas are for u guys, but why u keep playing with ur hair while u are dealing with food. Anyway…. I think u did a great job with making these granolas. ��

  • Maddie…I made this tonight and I tried a piece OMG..this are so amazing! I made your sweet potato burger and we all went bananas over it! So good.

  • I just love your videos, so simple and easy. It’s crazy how healthy food is really so easy to make and such few ingredients sometimes but the packages at the store have so many ingredients that you can’t even pronounce, so you figure it would be complicated to make, but it’s really not thanks to videos like yours.

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  • I have been making a cinnamon flax meal granola which also incorporates maple syrup, coconut flakes, chia seeds and vanilla and I usually use walnuts and almond slivers as well. It’s so good but it’s more on the low carb side that’s why their is flax meal instead of rolled oats. But I’m definitely loving your idea of the salt, tahini and additional toppers! Thanks for sharing.

  • Hi what kind of peanut butter do you use and can i order it online? The organic vegan peanut butter you can buy here in Germany is small and so expensive

  • Hi, this recipe looks great! Could you possibly give the measurements of the ingredients in grams please as i’m not familiar with cup measurements and every website I check to convert says something different! Thank you:)

  • Can I use this as an sculpting for a cake? As people use RKT or LCM bar but there is gelatine in that. I am looking some eggless and lighter weight for sculpting

  • okay but wow this is my GO TO recipe for traveling. it has saved me so many times in a pinch!!! amazing job creating this recipe! love it sm, it’s hard not to eat half of it while making it ��

  • OMMGGGGG!!! Stopp!! I went from vegan to completely plant based about a month ago and I loveee granola in my açaí bowls so i wanted a simple recipe and girl!!! This sh*t is AMAZING, so so happy i came across your videos!! They are killer!!

  • Ahhh! I love you so much Jaclyn!! I love how your channel is so real and you inspire people to eat intuitively and to be confident!

  • Let’s be honest…nobody would be watching these videos if she was a fat wildebeast….literally the ONLY reason she has as many subs as she does, is because of her body.

  • i just want to say that this is by far the BEST granola bar recipe everrr.�� ive made this recipe so made times (in fact i just made some right now lol) and it’s one of the recipes i actually make A LOT.. thank you maddie!!!!!!!����

  • Best granola bar I have eaten in my life! I made it with coconut and vanilla, some cashews, hazelnuts and cashew butter. I really love you Maddie!